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Gawler Fishing & Outdoors
• Fishing • Camping • Guns • Marine
48 Murray St Gawler Phone 8522 6200
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Open: Mon-Fri 9-5.30pm, Thurs 9-8pm, Sat 9-4pm, Sun 11-3pm
EVIE is the Animal
Welfare League's Pet of
Take Evie home and
you will be able to
admire her beauty all
An actve one year
old, Evie loves playing
with people and with
She will need regular
brushing to help keep
her looking like the
princess she is.
Come and meet
Evie and she will show
you what a gorgeous
personality she has.
health checked and only
$75, come and meet
Evie at the AWL, 1-19
Cormack Road, Wingfeld
tmes 10am to 3pm,
seven days a week.
OF THE WEEK
ZION LUTHERAN CHURCH -- CONFIRMATION CLASS, SEPTEMBER 24, 1972
Back: Pastor N. Sander, Graeme Korber, William Garve, John Mueller, Kym Vanagouskis, Richard Matner,
Pastor H. Matske. Front: Peter Ruchs, Janete Kuchel, Coralie Simon, Sandra Duldig, Lois Noack, Colin Kerber.
Can you provide any further information about this photograph?
If so, ring Stan (8523 0158) or email email@example.com
*View more Gawler history on website htp//www.gawler.nowandthen.net.au
A GUIDE TO WHAT'S ON IN OUR AREA
May 28 -- NATIONAL TRUST
MUSEUM HISTORY TOUR, 1pm to
4pm, Tuesday to Friday, during May's
History Festival, Gawler National Trust
Museum, 59 Murray Street, booking
required for groups only (8523 1082).
May 28 -- HERITAGE WALK, meet at
Gawler Visitor Information Centre at
2pm, for heritage walk of Church Hill
and main street, bookings essential
May 31 -- BOOK LAUNCH, 10am,
Wasleys Institute, former district
clerk of the District Council of Mudla
Wirra Lance Hatcher will launch
'My Memories of Wasleys and the
Isaacson family', compiled by Stan
Isaacson, 8522 1482.
May 31 -- QUIZ NIGHT AND
FUNDRAISER, 6.30pm to 11pm,
Gawler Elderly Centre, Fourteenth
Street, raising money for the Gawler &
District College Children's Centre, $10
per head or $90 for table of 10, book
with Kim Wright (8522 3626 or 0408
June 1 -- HIGH TEA ON WHEELS,
1.30pm, community bike ride leaving
from Dead Man's Pass car park and
finishing at Clonlea Park for picnic,
please bring own thermos/drinks,
0457 720 281.
June 1 -- GAWLER LIONS MARKET,
8am, Gawler Railway Station,
enquiries to Eric 0418 836 150.
June 1 -- WILLIAMSTOWN COUNTRY
MARKET, 9am to 3pm, Williamstown
Memorial Hall and car park, enquiries
to Maureen 8522 4234.
June 4 -- HEARTBEAT INC, monthly
meeting, 1.30pm, Gawler Health
Service community room, Light
Regional Council mayor Bill O'Brien
as guest speaker, new members and
visitors welcome, 8522 1691.
June 3 -- GAWLER PROSTATE
CANCER SUPPORT AWARENESS
GROUP, 7pm, Gawler Health Service
conference room, all welcome,
8524 4086 or 0421 421 793.
June 10 -- GAWLER FLORAL ART
GROUP, 7.30pm, James Martin
AN event in Gawler this Sunday
combines cycling with cake and
Transition Gawler has organised a
community bike ride along the Gawler
Rivers Path, Tapa Pariara, ending with
a shared picnic at Clonlea Park.
"It's a good excuse for people to dust
off their bikes, get them working again
and be bribed with some cake at the
other end," Transition Gawler member
Kathrine Warhurst said.
"As a group we are interested in en-
couraging sustainable transport and
bikes are a fantastic way of doing that
and, to be honest, it was just something
that sounded like fun.
"We thought we'd enjoy doing it so
we thought other people might enjoy
doing it too."
Sunday's community bike ride,
dubbed 'high tea on wheels', will leave
from the Dead Man's Pass car park at
Riders will then make their way
along the Tapa Pariara path to Clonlea
Park, where cake and other sweet treats
will be supplied.
Participants are encouraged to bring
along their thermos of tea and coffee.
RSVPs are not essential but are ap-
preciated for catering purposes and can
be left with Kathrine (0457 720 281).
Gearing up for this weekend's bike ride are (from left) Kathy Warhurst, Tim Dalwood and Ann Sulton.
PHOTO: Lauren Gauci
A high tea
BAROSSA winemakers Janelle
and Kristen Zerk have donated
$1000 towards the Westpac Life-
saver Rescue Helicopter in South
Australia, recognising the support
shown to them during a tragedy
six years ago.
In 2008, while Janelle was living
and working in the Hunter Valley,
New South Wales, a devastating ex-
plosion occurred at Drayton's Win-
ery in Pokolbin during vintage.
The blast claimed the lives of
winemaker Trevor Drayton and a
male contractor, but also severely in-
jured Janelle's close friend, William
Rikard-Bell, leaving him with burns
to 80 per cent of his body.
As a result of the actions taken by
the Westpac Rescue Helicopter, Rik-
ard-Bell survived the accident.
With that history in mind, the pair
decided to contribute to the cause,
with their $1000 donation being
made at a special wine-tasting event
at the 'Gawler Bank Now' opening
in late March.
An inspired donation
Janelle and Kristen Zerk with Seven News presenter, and MC for the evening,
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